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Ronnie O'Sullivan in the 'Joy of Six' documentary

Ronnie O'Sullivan is considered one of the most talented, and certainly one of the fastest, snooker players to grace the gauze, and Eurosport delve deeper.


Ahead of the Northern Ireland Open, Eurosport's Ronnie 'The Rocket' O'Sullivan documentary is catching all the attention. 

The Rocket

Widely regarded as the greatest player of all time, O’Sullivan delivers an insightful account as he recalls each world title – key milestones of what has been the most decorated career in snooker history, spanning over 28 years.

O’Sullivan also discusses topics which have made him one of the most interesting characters in snooker such as the challenges of success at such a young age and his struggles with depression.

Labelled ‘The Rocket’ due to being one of the fastest with the cue in the game, perfectly demonstrated by his famous 5min 20sec maximum break in the first round of the 1997 World Championship.

O’Sullivan told Murray: “Everyone remembers the 147, obviously that was a memorable moment. I was young and it was a massive pay day for me, I wasn’t used to seeing pay cheques like that.

Check it out above.


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